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Dr. Stephen Wetmore sought to simultaneously leave a legacy and pay tribute to his late wife, Patricia, with his gift to establish the Stephen and Patricia Wetmore Chair in Otolaryngology.

Doctor’s legacy gift supports otolaryngology at the WVU School of Medicine

An endowed chair position funded by retired WVU School of Medicine physician and professor Stephen J. Wetmore supports the continued growth of the Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery he proudly led for 27 years.

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Each year, the Chambers College awards about $462,000 to students via 100-plus scholarships made possible thanks to the generous support of alumni and friends.

Chambers College scholarships offer security, opportunities for students

Each year, the Chambers College awards about $462,000 to students via 100-plus scholarships made possible thanks to the generous support of alumni and friends.

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Dr. P.S. Martin, director of the WVU School of Medicine’s Division of Prehospital Medicine and associate professor of emergency medicine, stands next to the specialized quick-response vehicle that will allow physicians to respond to emergencies.

WVU partners with DTE Energy Foundation to establish West Virginia’s first EMS physician response team, save lives in rural areas

A new pilot project launched by the WVU School of Medicine in partnership with the DTE Energy Foundation will deploy physicians to respond to emergencies in rural areas of West Virginia.

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Historic and systemic obstacles, made more pressing by the COVID-19 pandemic, mean current and prospective students from underrepresented groups often need financial help to start or continue their education at West Virginia University.

WVU launches special fundraising initiative to aid underrepresented students

Historic and systemic obstacles, made more pressing by the COVID-19 pandemic, mean current and prospective students from underrepresented groups often need financial help to start or continue their education at West Virginia University.

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Georgia Beatty '21

Earning the Bucklew Scholarship has opened many doors worldwide for Georgia Beatty, a Weirton, W.Va. resident.

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